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Bringing ties with China to greater heights

THE People’s Republic of China has opened a consulate-general office in Penang, the third in Malaysia.

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China ready to sweeten ties

KUCHING: China’s 13th five-year economic plan will be designed with this country’s 11th Malaysia Plan in mind, says Fu Jijun, the new Chinese consul general to Sarawak.

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SMEs not ready for New Silk Road

China’s New Silk Road initiative, which seeks to connect and develop Eurasia via a network of roads, rail lines and ports stretching from China to Europe, presents a great opportunity for businesses. But it would seem Malaysian SMEs aren’t ready to capitalise on it, reports HO WAH FOON

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iFashion to become SEA’s largest fashion online retailer

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News in brief

The Royal Malaysian Customs Department has collected RM54.867bil in revenue for the first nine months of this year, the Finance Ministry said.

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China’s latest e-car maker Singulato revs up

New startup Singulato zips into a fairly crowded scene, easily raising lots of funds as China makes smart, connected cars a priority. The government clearly sees the sector as a way to challenge established global automakers.

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Promoting Mandarin for business

MIRI: The Sarawak state government will make it a priority to promote the use of Mandarin language in its drive to establish better Sarawak-China ties in tourism and business.

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‘Ang pow’ joy for three schools

THE only three Chinese private secondary schools in Kedah are starting the Year of the Rooster on a high note with allocations of RM60,000 each from the state.

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Big boost for four schools in Kedah

SEVERAL Chinese schools in Alor Setar had a windfall when China’s ambassador to Malaysia Dr Huang Huikang paid an official visit to Kedah.

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Chinese investors consider Johor an attractive destination

JOHOR BARU: Local small and medium enterprises (SME) must continue to look at China as a gateway to expand their business into the international market.